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out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. >>ro is secretary of state hillary clinton finally facing lawmakers in the house and the senate taking some s tough questions about the benghazi fiasco. and getting some mixed media reaction. >> after four years in office, roughly a million miles flown, 112 nations visited, in the past few weeks alone she has foughthe illness and injury including hospitalization, she leaves her post as the most admired woman in the world. >> fiery appearance for secretary of state hillary clinton testifying before congress on the tragedy in benghazi. it was a valid victory that showed her indignation and emotion. >> amid accusations of coverup, incompetence and inaction. secretary of state hillary clinton defended her handling of the september 11th assault on thest u.s. mission in benghazi, libya while still accepting responsibility as head diplomat. >> it was, perhaps, jim the big story of the week. how did she come off in the coverage? >> i thinkf ek it was very -- yu knew she was going to have her momen
obama and a crem crem house and extended them two hear queer ros. this is set to sign the republicans. >> this is a caught and the it is polico division . >> i count this as aks crin write. >> and it pressure how bad is it for you comments. we agreeded on it the to. the >> hover this bill. we recognize woy lost the lention and bowe advising the president on spending and he will get higher taxes. >> is it isy, shame we dralma. this could have been taken places ago. >> they deserve better than i agree with you. it would be months mey woosee pass off of thasty of there last year. they reponded to tax they took it to the today line . forcing the vote. they did it deliberately and strategically. with we got away from it. house passed the votes ahead of time . the r will senate waited on the to the last minute. >> representative boehner said the real fight with the debt ceiling. he feels that the gop leverage. the president is making the compromyself. >> going back what congressman rubble said. senator reid walked us to the end and let taxes any up. we have a debt ceiling decision and ameri
of the house foreign affairs committee, ileana ros-lehtinen joins us to talk about what to expect from the talks. thanks for joining us. good to see you. >> thanks for the invitation. >> what do you expect to come from the talks? >> i hope not only talk about how many forces will stay in country but some of the ongoing systemic problems in afghanistan. primarily number one corruption. that has been an ongoing problem with the karzai government from day one and also the iranian influence. karzai could be seen now as a conduit in afghanistan as a financial center for are iran to use afghanistan in order to circumvent financial international sanctions and karzai's attemp attempt to cozo the taliban and his attempt at reconciliation could liberate extremist militants that could pose a dangerous threat to u.s. forces there and our nato allies. so there are many unanswered questions that i hope go far beyond how many troops are there. right now we have about 65,000. will we go to 10, 20? how long will be stay there? what will be the mission and mostly what we need to make sure is that what a
. ♪ do-ro-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do. >> caution, the no spin zone begins right now. >> i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. hillary clinton in libya. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. because president obama was not forth coming about the assassination of the u.s. ambassador to libya, christopher stephens and three other americans in benghazi, secretary of state hillary clinton now bearing the brunt of the public exposure. today she testified in front of the senate and the house foreign relations committees. the overall tone, soft. but there were some i moments. we were mrs. leads that there were supposedly protests and something sprang out of that an assault sprang out of that and that was easily ascertained that that was not the fact and the american people could have known that within days and they didn't know that. >> with all due respect, the fact is that we had four dead americans. was it because. >> i understand. >> of a protest or guys out for a walk one night who decided they would go kill some americans. what difference, at this point, does it mak
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economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> all right. just when you thought reality television could not get any worse. the oxygen network stooped to a new low reality show set to air this spring called all my baby's mamas, the life of atlanta hip-hop artist, who fathered 11 children with ten different women. controversial premise sparked widespread outrage with one online petition with signatures demanding they can the show. the oxygen channel tried to distance themselves pulling clips of the trailer from the internet. we decided to take our cameras to the streets of atlanta where the show is based to get the latest installment of degrading reality television. >> it may be entertaining, he got like ten baby mamas. >> you say ten baby mamas, that's crazy. >> ten baby mamas? >> that's right up there with that overweight little girl show. >> and i'd look at
's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> welcome back to "hannity." here is more of my exclusive interview with donald trump. >> both of us were this week, quote, outed as gun owners. this has happened to both of us also in the the past. >> right. >> sean: and i look at this and i'm thinking, wait a minute, cops have been outed, this journal news gives the names and addresses. >> it's terrible. >> sean: it's terrible because now the criminals know where the gun owners are. >> and by the way, the criminals won't go there. they'll go to the ones who don't it. >> sean: they know who don't have the guns. >> they're not going to the ones that have the guns, they're going to the ones who don't have the guns. >> sean: and criminals will go to the cops who have arrested them in the past. very dangerous. >> i think that the journal news was a disgrace and you have some
, parole officers, d.e.a. agents, fbi, secret service, ro rockland county have a large number of law enforcement in rockland county and home owners, store owners. >> greta: have you spoken to anyone at the newspaper? >> they did call me to ask me to explain to them exactly what was transpiring with our corrections officers, as they indicated you can't just pick out somebody's name and find them. that's not the way it's working, they are he going to the phone and calling home, gang members, friends, identifying the names and going through the maps on their own and searching out where the officers might live. and top of that, we have almost 8,000 active and retired new york city police officers that live in rockland county, all-- >> did you get-- i'm sorry, go ahead, sir. >> all of these people have done law abiding things and all of them have enforced the laws of the state of new york and upheld the constitution and now they or their families are at risk. >> do you have a sense they called they genuinely want to find out what's wrong or they're looking for another story and trying to
the more ro best the u.s. presence in afghanistan in 2014, the less the military risk. jenna: and what's the benefit of that? when we're looking at this ask year and the threats that are being posed to the united states from all over the world, where does this stack up in the priority? and how do we strategize appropriately? >> well, in terms of of boots on the ground, jenna, it's number one. remember, this is where the war on terror started. the taliban is still an active force, they still have enclaves in waziristan and pakistan. right next door is iran who doesn't seek to do us any favors. so if there's any one place where the united states can get the maximum effect from the minimum footprint in today's environment, it's afghanistan. jenna: it's interesting to read articles like this. it's great talking to you, general, because you have the experience as a combat leader, but you also have the experience to of talking to historical scholars, and those are the voices that are loudest here now when the voice of our combat p troops is not quite as loud. can you just talk to us about th
't come up with a plan. will they get a deal done in time? joining us is congress woman ileana ros-lehtinen. >> what is your sense among colleagues about how close you are or aren't going to be to avoiding sequestration? >> i let's see if we've gotten happening. sequestration it means draconian cuts even though the military is not a big chunk of the budget they will take an indiscriminately large cut. for the military here we are fighting in afghanistan and spread out all over the world. for us to have what essentially will be the smallest military before world war ii to that level even though the threats against us are even greater. a devastating cut to the military. we exempted 150 programs. thank goodness, social security, medicare and medicaid but not to the providers of those services. would we will be hearing from the hospitals et cetera soon. i don't see any movement, shannon, in congress to undo this. i don't see it. march 1 is right upon us. >> shannon: it is very, very close. the president during one of the presidential debates, though, kind of i don't want to say dismiss
house. thank you, wendell. jon: earlier congresswoman ileana ros-lehtinen of florida shared some of her lingering concerns about the terrorist attack in benghazi. she will get a chance to question secretary clinton later today when she appears before the house foreign affairs committee. for now the florida congresswoman says she was not satisfied with the secretary clinton's testimony before the senate. >> the american people deserve answers and we still are no closer to the truth. what happened in that pro-longed terrorist attack? we're talking about over seven hours of a firefight where if she knew exactly what was going on, where was the order to go help them? even send a flight overhe had so that the terrorists could see there is a u.s. response? there was no response. who decided to not respond at all? jon: fair and balanced talk to maryland senator ben cardin, a democrat on the foreign relations committee. he had a chance to question secretary clinton this morning. senator cardin, you're overall assessment of her testimony? have your questions is been answered? >> i think secretar
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